Quick facts . . .
Faculty members from five UC Davis academic departments participate in research at the Center for Mind and Brain.
The complement of researchers at the Center for Mind and Brain encompasses 19 faculty members and more than 20 postdoctoral research fellows.
CMB faculty members have collectively written or contributed to more than 20 books during the past 15 years.
Scholarly societies and scientific organizations have presented 28 major awards to CMB faculty members in recognition of their research achievements.
The CMB has hosted 44 visiting scholars from other institutions during the past 15 years.
Working collaboratively, CMB core faculty members have shared 50 research grants with non-CMB UC Davis scholars.
The Center for Mind and Brain provides research opportunities for 69 Ph.D. students and postdoctoral researchers.
Faculty members in the Center for Mind and Brain have created research internships for 165 undergraduate students who are majoring in various fields.
The Center for Mind and Brain has hosted 195 doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers during the past 15 years.
CMB researchers include 19 faculty members, more than 20 postdoctoral fellows, more than 50 graduate students, and in excess of 150 undergraduate students.
CMB faculty members and their trainees have published more than 700 papers in scientific journals during the past 15 years.
The Center for Mind and Brain has accommodated 1,150 undergraduate research interns since 2002.
The Center for Mind and Brain encompasses 39,000 square feet of physical space, consisting of labs, offices, meeting rooms, reception areas, shared TMS and EEG systems, and work rooms for a dedicated staff.
CMB faculty members have contributed 88,000 undergraduate student credit hours in teaching at CMB since 2002.
Since 2002, private donors have contributed $8 million to help fund research at the CMB.
The CMB has been awarded $76 million in extramural funding since 2002, reflecting nationwide recognition of the important work done here.